AMERICA'S WAR ON TERRORISM - Jun. 28, 2011

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9-11 memorials quiet, dignified
As dusk fell over lower Manhattan, twin towers of light pierced the sky like the ghostly outlines of skyscrapers, capping a solemn day of memorials to the victims of the nation's deadliest act of terrorism. .
Troops start final push in mountainsCheney finds Mideast hard sell
Friday, January 11, 2002 -- Volume 7, No. 11
Luken aims at Vine Street
Mayor Charlie Luken announced a “Vine Street Project” that would aggressively clean up the historic divider between east and west.

Ohio's ban on guns stands
An appeals court temporarily halted a Hamilton County judge's order for police to stop arresting law-abiding citizens with hidden firearms.

Missing girl back home
A 16-year-old learning-disabled girl is back with her family today after police found her early Friday in an Erlanger home with a 37-year-old man.

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Oak Hills triumphs
No.1-ranked and undefeated Oak Hills got past No.2 Princeton with a 44-39 victory. Princeton coach Jerry Stein credited Oak Hills' defense as the difference.
Chaminade-Julienne hands Springboro first loss

City's film dynamo steps down
Lori Holladay, who turned Cincinnati into a movie set for Tom Cruise and Michael Douglas, is stepping down.

Jones joins diversity board
Toyota Motor Corp. today will introduce a high-profile diversity advisory board, with a Cincinnati civil rights luminary one of its members.

Talking about race
Neighborhood groups are talking openly in hopes of making a difference. Today: Westwood.

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